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IELTS Writing task 1
The pictures describe the cutting tools created by our ancestors at two different ages.
The given diagrams depict the development of a Stone Age cutting tool between 1.4 million
years ago and 0.8 million years ago.
In general, over the given time frame, the Stone Age cutting tool has been refined from a simple fragmented piece of rock to a sharper, more sophisticated one.
The cutting tool from 1.4 million years ago was a jagged piece of rock with no identifiable shape. Its front and back side were somewhat asymmetric, and looking at the rear view, we can see that the tool was thick, and its edge was quite blunt. The overall length of the tool was about 7-8 centimeters.
Further refinement was made to the 0.8-million-year-old stone cutting tool. The tool was
2-3 centimeters longer, and it was shaped to more or less resemble a primitive,
teardrop-shaped knife that was quite rough in the front and rather smooth in the back. The tip of the tool was pointed, and its edge appeared to be relatively sharp compared to its earlier, 1.4-million-year-old version.
- Depict: khắc họa, mô tả
- Refine: => refinement: được điều chỉnh cho tốt hơn
- Fragmented: bị phân mảnh, thành mảnh nhỏ
- Sophisticated: tinh xảo, tinh vi
- Jagged: gồ ghề
- Asymmetric: bất đối xứng, không đối xứng
- Blunt: cùn, lụt
- Resemble: trông giống như
- Primitive: sơ khai
- Teardrop-shaped: hình giọt nước
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IELTS Writing task 2
Nowadays, the number of obese children is increasing at an alarming rate. What are some of the causes of this increase and how can the problem be solved?
The number of children who are suffering from obesity can be said to have reached epidemic proportions. So, what are the factors behind this obesity epidemic, and how can it be brought under control. This essay will attempt to answer these pressing questions.
Firstly, it seems that a significant amount of blame can be given to poor diet combined with the marketing of unhealthy food toward young people. Children’s diets often consist of junk food, such as potato chips and candy, which is not only low in nutrients but also high in calories. This dietary issue is also compounded by the fact that these kinds of food are often marketed directly at children with fun cartoon mascots and bright colours that are designed to attract children’s attention.
Another undeniable reason is sedentary lifestyle. Children in the modern world tend to lead lives that are shockingly inactive compared to their predecessors. Much of their time is spent sitting in front of a screen, whether it be television, a computer, or a smartphone. In fact, studies have shown that children in urban environments tend to get only two hours of exercise per week compared to two hours per day just a generation ago.
Nevertheless, through concerted action by parents and governments, this worrying situation can be alleviated. In terms of diet, parents need to play a greater role in controlling what their children eat. For the government’s part, they can introduce legislation restricting the promotion of unhealthy food to children. Similarly, parents need to make a greater effort to ensure their children are getting sufficient exercise on a daily basis, while the government can launch some kind of ‘stay active’ health campaigns.
Overall, the rise in the number of obese children is certainly worrying, especially and kids are a vulnerable part of the population. However, by taking some simple practical steps, we can help to make sure that the next generation grows up healthy and strong.
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